Glen Ridge NJ is a borough in Essex County, easily commutable to NYC via train or bus – the shortest commute scenario being approximately 30-35 minutes (if transportation is on schedule), with a an area of less than 1.5 sq. miles and a population of about 7-8 thousand. Glen Ridge NJ enjoys proximity to Montclair, Bloomfield, and West Orange, so while it is comparatively small in size and population, it benefits from the bounty of restaurants, activities and attractions of its neighboring townships. The architecture of the borough includes houses representing every major style from the mid-nineteenth century onward including the Colonial, the Carpenter Gothic, the High Victorian Period, the Queen Anne Cottage, the American Georgian, the Shingle Style, and the Prairie Home Style. Notable architects who have contributed to the town include Frank Lloyd Wright, Stanford White, and John Russell Pope. While the Glen Ridge Historic Preservation Commission safeguards the old-town feel and architecture – including its trademark gas lamps – the Building Department codes ensure the pristine condition of its homes. All this results in an intimate and quaint community vibe. Real estate price points for a single family home can range between $300,000 and $3,000,000. High competition for homes is characteristic of this market.
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